The Bachelor of Culinary Arts Management (Top Up) provides students with advanced knowledge of management for the culinary industry. Students will study the techniques of the Swiss culinary management, as they focus on how they can become self-employed in the culinary sector as well as how they can become a middle-level manager.
Students who have previously studied a relevant subject, the Bachelor of Culinary Arts Management (Top Up) will enhance their knowledge of culinary product development and business management principles, enabling them to adopt a modern management approach in a wide range of professional culinary environments.
The Bachelor of Culinary Arts Management (Top Up) provides students with an excellent advanced set of administrative, operational and management skills required to manage food preparation in a professional culinary environment, a perfect step to a rewarding culinary career.
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The Bachelor of Culinary Arts Management will enable students to apply for jobs in culinary organisations around the globle.
Here is a sample of career opportunities in today’s culinary world for graduates who are specialized in culinary management:
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Bachelor of Culinary Arts Management
Year 3 Top Up
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At La Xenia, we provide our students with:
Diploma Pathway/Transfer Student (Top Up):
Students must successfully complete: 5 core courses, 2 optional courses and a full-time internship
Credits: 60 ECTS
The Strategic Impact of the Business Environment
Business Strategy for Hospitality and Tourism
Managing Events for Hospitality and Tourism
Quality Management for Hospitality and Tourism
Professional Practical Training 3
Practical Training Internship
Note: The courses listed above for this programme are regularly reviewed to ensure they are up-to-date and meet industry needs as well as the latest teaching methods. On occasion, we may need to make unexpected changes to the courses – if this occurs, we will contact all registered students as soon as possible.
Culinary Entrepreneurship Management
Culinary Product Innovation and Creativity
International Hospitality Management
Innovation and Creativity Management in Hospitality and Tourism
Sustainable Operations in Hospitality and Tourism
Cross-cultural and Global Management in Hospitality
Revenue and Profit Management
Culinary Arts Major Project
Bachelor of Culinary Arts Management (Top Up)